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Gwen, Pete, and the others have escaped from Everland. Except the safe haven they hoped to find at Alnwick Castle doesn’t exist. With the Queen of England on her deathbed, Duchess Alyssa has stepped in, but things have gotten worse as the cure Doc created for the Horologia virus has mutated into something even more deadly. The only possible solution he can think of is to go back to the virus’s origin: an extinct poisonous apple.
Legend has it, though, that a tree bearing the apple might be found at the center of an impossible labyrinth hidden deep within Germany. A place no one in their right mind enters. With no other options, Alyssa sets out with only her sword, her wits, and the help of Maddox Hadder, a wild boy who oversees the castle gardens. To get to the center of the maze, she’ll be forced to battle monsters more terrifying than her darkest nightmares.
But can anyone truly survive the madness of the maze? And what if there’s no apple to be found there?
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May 09, 2017
At the 80% mark, I had a gut wrenching response. Love this world and the characters.
Everland is a steampunk retelling of Peter Pan, which is continued in Umberland - a book set in the world of Wonderland. Umberland is a journey book; the characters are past their first set of hurdles in book one...
June 04, 2017
I wonder if I am confused because I haven't read the first book, or because I read this in the dead of night, when I couldn't fall asleep. Either way, I just felt like I didn't quite know what was going on, or who the characters were, and a terrible lack of background knowledge only made the book...
August 09, 2017
I really wanted to love it , but I didn't it was a fun but slow read . I think maybe it is just to much of a children's book .
I found myself skimming through the book. So I did like the book but not loved it .
June 19, 2017
Just like Neverland, I found this book to be okay. It was enjoyable but did not meet my expectations. Although this sequel continued to follow the characters that I began to really like in the first novel, I found that I did not get enough of their stories or emotions throughout the sequel. It fe...
April 01, 2017
I read Umberland without reading Everland. I actually found that Umberland was quite self contained, and after the first chapter or two knowledge of the previous story wasn’t really necessary.
One thing I really enjoyed about Umberland was the Duchess Alyssa and Maddox Hatter. I was a little suspi...
June 01, 2017
I felt this book was very rushed. I didn't like the 2 month gap in between book 1 & 2. I did like the new characters and the concept that nature took over a place.
July 30, 2017
i really truly loved the first book in this (duology? trilogy? series?) but this one just kind of flopped in my opinion. started out very strong, introducing more of this messed up steam-punk, sci-fi take on the victorian fairytale and then at about the halfway point it went downhill for me. it w...
June 16, 2017
After really enjoying Everland I couldn't wait to see what Wendy Spinale did with my beloved Alice.
Massive disappointment :(
August 12, 2017
May 30, 2017
Featured in "Reading on a Theme: Alice in Wonderland" on Intellectual Recreation.
Last year we featured the first book in Wendy Spinale's series, Everland in our tribute to Peter Pan.
Everland is set in the bomb-out, disease-infested city of World War II London. I loved Everland's alternate his...